Police arrest man for attempted murderA Superior man was arrested on charges of attempted second-degree homicide early this morning.
A Superior man was arrested on charges of attempted second-degree homicide early this morning.
Tracy K. Humbert, 34, could be charged today or Monday for causing harm to an unborn child and the child’s mother, according to Superior Police Capt. Chad La Lor.
Police were called to 1717 N. 28th St. around 11:13 p.m. Thursday on a domestic dispute report. When they arrived, officers found a female victim of a domestic assault who is four months pregnant. The woman said she had been repeatedly kicked in the stomach by Humbert.
He is the father of the unborn child, according to a news release issued by police this morning. Humbert had fled the scene before officer’s arrived.
The woman was transported to a local hospital, where she continues to be monitored. Her unborn child is in an unknown condition police said.
Humbert also faces potential charges of domestic abuse battery and resisting arrest. He is lodged in the Douglas County Jail.
In Wisconsin, second-degree intentional homicide is punishable by up to 60 years in prison.
According to online court records, Humbert pleaded no contest to a battery charge in February in connection with an August incident. He’s also pleaded guilty in connection with disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property in December 2006.